Wii Sports: Fitness Age

steggy

Active Member
I thought a thread like the Brain Age one would be good.

Had a go with this last night, I'm 49 at the moment, real age 26.

Post your fitness age's here :D
 

C225

Distinguished Member
34 real age 19
 

dan1979

Well-known Member
38 real age 27.

I think 'fitness' is a bit misleading for it, it's more skill based for most of it.
 

secombe

Active Member
27, real age 24.

Score is so low because I appear to be a genius at Baseball though, can hit home runs all day!
 

Laura

Active Member
Real Age: 37

First day, Age 43.
Second day - aching from a previous days play : 58!!!
 

Member 55145

Distinguished Member
27, real age 24.

Score is so low because I appear to be a genius at Baseball though, can hit home runs all day!

are you short by any chance?
just my work mate first time of playing baseball almost every hit was a home run, he's a short arse and im lanky and only rarely get a home run.

i think im too high so my balls go down (oo er) yet he's short so knocks them all up (oo er again)
 

steggy

Active Member
are you short by any chance?
just my work mate first time of playing baseball almost every hit was a home run, he's a short arse and im lanky and only rarely get a home run.

i think im too high so my balls go down (oo er) yet he's short so knocks them all up (oo er again)

I don't think actual height will make any diffierence, because it's the motion you make not where the controller is. It can only tell where the controller is when it's facing the sensor bar. It could make a difference if you have longer arms though, which taller people usually have. I'm 5'6" and have only managed one home run in an actual game. Got two last night in the home run derby training section though.
 

dan1979

Well-known Member
I found I was better at hitting home runs by crouching down a bit, don't think it was coincidence as I went from hitting them occasionally to getting about five in a row.
 

secombe

Active Member
No, I'm 6ft! The sensor bar is on the TV which is about 4ft off the floor I guess.

I was rubbish at first, but I learned that a shorter (but very hard) flick of the wrist is much more accurate than a full swing (which I was doing at first)
 

KingOfGondor

Active Member
the sensor bar is only used when pointing, i.e. using the menus and shooting things

this is because it is purely 2 IR LEDs which the wiimote uses to detect where it is pointing

so all the wiisports games just rely on the positioning sensors in the wiimote, hence it doesn't matter where you are (height) but what movement you make
 

Jeff

Distinguished Member
Wii age - 30

Real age - 40

:thumbsup:
 

dapex

Active Member
Wii age 75 real age 33

lets be totaly honest though, it aint really about fitness, mine was only so bad becasue it took me a few shots to get used to baseball and tennis. in all honesty it was prolly the tennis that really killed my score as i ended up trying to do fancy shots etc
 

Throttle

Active Member
Real age 32 wii age on first attempt was 62 :eek: i was trying to swing on tennis either side but it didnt seem to be going well.

Anyhow had another go next day without hardly practicing and got wii age 40 which at least is an improvement :rolleyes:
 

Mec

Active Member
Wii age 36

Real age 43 :clap:
 

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